This stop was reportedly invented by Paul Ott, and first used in a residence organ for Hugo Distler in 1938. It was intended as a more compact substitute for a 16' flue stop. From its name, we can infer it to be a form of Dulzian with resonators shaped like a funnel (trichter).See Trichterregal.
Trichterdulzian 16', Pedal; Hugo Distler residence, Lübeck, Germany; Ott 1938?. The organ has been rebuilt several times, and it is unclear whether the current stop is the original.
Trichterdulzian 16', Unterwerk; Roman Catholic Basilica, Bonn, Germany; Klais 1961.
Trichterdulzian 8', Rueckpositiv; Paderborn Cathedral (RC), Paderborn?, Denmark?; Siegfried Sauer, Hoexter-Ottbergen, 1981.
Original site compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.|
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